- published: 22 May 2017
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You might have read about her, now its time you heard her and saw her. She's 39, with 38 kids! How did she do it? How could she do it? How about the man who fathered all these children? Find out as Kassim Kayira visits Nnalongo Mariam Nabatanzi.
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Among Kenyan men and women and even Ugandans, is it true that Kenyan men would prefer to marry Ugandan women if they had the choice? And is it just rumors or do Ugandan women make better wives? Watch KTN Live http://www.ktnkenya.tv/live Watch KTN News http://www.ktnnews.com Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya
Officials from the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control have revealed that Chinese immigrants have adopted new tricks to stay in Uganda. The Chinese are marrying Ugandans in a bid to easily acquire citizenship. The officials explained that in the long run, this helps the Chinese conduct any business as bonafide Ugandan citizens. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
At 37, she has given birth to 38 children. Here is Miriam’s sad story. Even doctors cannot help. Lost along the way, a boda boda rider offers to lead me to her home since they know her by her unique name. Nalongo Muzaala Bana (the twin mother that produces quadruples) is what Mariam Nabatanzi Babirye goes by where she resides in Kabimbiri village, Mukono District. An overcrowded neighborhood with children running all over welcomes me to Nabatanzi’s home. At 37, Nabatanzi has 38 children whom she has delivered from home except the last born who is four months old. She was delivered by caesarean section. Among her children are six sets of twins, four sets of triplets, three sets of quadruples and single births. Ten of these are girls and the rest are boys. The oldest is 23 years old while th...
Welcome back to the 21st episode of the Black In Poland Vlog Series hosted by your boy, Oshay Duke Jackson. Sorry I was a little late in dropping the video. However, today we are going to discuss the differences and similarities between Polish women and Ugandan women. Also, I will be giving you a tour of my flat here in Poland. I hope you enjoy the vlog.
Mariam Nabatanzi is not your ordinary woman. She's brought 44 children on this earth, 38 of whom are living today. She's only 39 years old and by all accounts looks like she can have more. Its not that she ignored family planning, rather her case is as rare as its unique. Doctors have warned her against 'stopping to have children' for her own health given she's very fertile and risks death. With 38 mouths that need feeding and schooling, there's no resting for Nabatanzi. But she's struggling but too shy and too proud to beg. But you can see she needs help. You can do your bit.
The government of Uganda is becoming increasingly concerned that Chinese men are infiltrating their country, first with trade, then with marriage--of Ugandan women. The government is increasingly concerned that these marriages are scams so Chinese men can continue to work within the country. Interracial dating and interracial marriage is increasing internationally. Most notably with white men and black women, but also with Asian men and black women. JOIIN THE DISCUSSION ON THE BLOG: http://www.beyondblackwhite.com/chinese-men-snatching-ugandan-women-men-arent-happy/ Link to article: http://qz.com/857156/uganda-is-worried-about-the-number-of-chinese-men-marrying-their-women/ INCREASE IN CHINESE MEN MARRYING AFRICAN WOMEN: http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2011/06/chinese-wor...
Farming is mostly done by women in Uganda. The social enterprise KadAfrica trains girls without schooling to become passion fruit farmers. With their program, founders Eric and Rebecca Kaduru hope to empower women in rural areas. For more news, go to: http://www.dw.com/en/top-stories/s-9097
Minibuzz Uganda is a daily TV program aired in Uganda. Every morning we pick up random commuters and with them we discuss the news, current affairs and issues that affect their lives on a day to day basis. We record the show every morning and broadcast that same evening.
القصة انو بمطار انتيبي ب اوغندا جماعة مكتب الPassport control بدن يجبروني اشلح الحجاب كرمال الصورة للفيزا. شوفوا الفيديو شو صار. The whole story behind the humiliating treatment I got at #Entebbe Airport #Uganda where I was forced to remove my Hijab for a biometric photo..but IT DID NOT GO THEIR WAY. WATCH AND SHARE! #MyHijabMyLife
The New Economy speaks to Amina Hersi Moghe, from Khadhar Investment, to discuss Uganda's return to economic prosperity. Uganda, a country scarred by the memory of civil unrest, is now on the road to recovery, and has set itself the target of reaching middle-income status by 2020. One businesswoman who is at the helm of the country's drive for development is Amina Hersi Moghe, from Khadhar Investment, who has been referred to as 'the woman who changed urban Uganda'. The New Economy speaks to the entrepreneur to discuss Uganda's economic situation, how Khadhar Investment intends to grow, and what the company is doing to support women. For a full transcript visit: http://www.theneweconomy.com/videos/the-woman-who-changed-uganda-discusses-countrys-return-to-prosperity-khadhar-investment-vid...
As the world marks the international women's day tomorrow, Uganda will mark a day full of setbacks considering the worrying maternal mortality rates. Majority of women in Uganda still die before, during and after giving birth due to over bleeding according to Obstetrics and Gynecology reports. In our run to the celebrations tomorrow 8th March in Nakasongola, Zam Zam Siraji reports that infections, hypersensitive diseases, and unsafe abortions among other complex conditions remain a threat to women emancipation.
Women sang us several songs. It was a fairly windy day, so there is some wind interference